Texas Roadhouse Fundraiser

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Everyone knows the real reason you go to Texas Roadhouse: the bread and butter! You eat so much bread before dinner that you're no longer hungry when your entree arrives because you know you can't take the bread home with you - until now. Protectors of Mingo are selling dozens of either frozen or baked Texas Roadhouse rolls, butter, and Texas Roadhouse giftcards. Bring some tasty to your holidays this year while helping POM raise funds to continue to fight RAMACO's proposed Ram. 1 Mine.

Rolls - $5/dozen, either frozen or baked

Butter - $4/pint

Gift cards - $10 increment only

HOW TO ORDER: 1) See a POM member to place your order in person and arrange pickup; 2) Order online, pick up your order at the CCJ Holiday Party on December 19 (6:00-8:00pm)

ORDER PICKUP: CCJ Office - 184 S. Main Street, Washington PA 15301

*POM and CCJ will do our best to make arrangements for people who cannot get to the office to pick up orders on December 19. You must call the office if you need alternative arrangements. ALL ORDERS MUSTbe picked up before Friday, December 22 when CCJ's office is closed for the holidays.*

**POM and CCJ will not be able to deliver all orders placed online. If you place an order online, you will be responsible for picking up your bread and butter unless other arrangements have been made.**

Please call or email Sarah Martik at 724-229-3550x1 or smartik@coalfieldjustice.org for more information or with questions.

 

The Protectors of Mingo is a grassroots citizens group working to preserve the safety of our children and standard of life in our quiet communities, securing a healthy environment for our families.

Four years ago, we learned that Ram Mining LLC (RAMACO) is hoping to open a new mine in Nottingham and Peters Townships in Washington Co. that will extract about 7.8 million tons of coal. The permit for this mine is under review in the Department of Environmental Protection, and we have been working to prevent the permit from being issued since its application due to our concerns for public safety, public health, and residents' constitutional rights to a peaceful, clean environment.

RAMACO is expecting a decision on this permit by the end of 2017, and we need to be prepared to intervene in whatever way possible to ensure that our community is protected and preserved. Help us by attending our monthly meetings, putting a sign in your yard, or donating